P PolypsA AdenomyosisL LeiomyomaM MalignancyC CoagulopathyO Ovulatory disordersE EndometrialI IatrogenicN Not classified(4)
a. TVS image revealing catheter in situ with bulb inflated with salineb. Saline infusion is started and begins filling the endometrial cavityc. d. Endometrial layers separated by saline
a. Saline infusion reveals broad based, echogenic lesion on posterior aspect of endometrial cavity – polyp.b. Demonstration of the pedicle artery by color doppler examinationc. Another patient with SIS revealing an echogenic polyp within the endometrial cavityd. Arterial waveform obtained from pedicle artery of the above endometrial polype. A very small endometrial polyp identified by SIS in a patient with metrorrhagia with otherwise normal imagingf. Identification of pedicle artery by power doppler in the same patient
a. TVS images revealing enlarged, globular uterine morphology with heterogenous myometrium and thick irregular endomyometrial junction. SIS demonstrated normal endometrium will poor distensibilityb. Another patient with thick EMJ and multiple myometrial cysts with SIS showing normal endometrium with diagnosis of adenomyosis
a. Sagittal section TVS image of uterus demonstrating increased endometrial thicknessb. c. Endometrial cavity distended with saline revealing no intraendometrial lesion, and smooth and regular endometrial contour.